Compare InfoExpress Network Access Control vs. Sophos Network Access Control

InfoExpress Network Access Control is ranked 13th in Network Access Control while Sophos Network Access Control is ranked 5th in Network Access Control with 1 review. InfoExpress Network Access Control is rated 0, while Sophos Network Access Control is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Sophos Network Access Control writes "Great scalability, stability and performance". InfoExpress Network Access Control is most compared with ForeScout CounterACT and Aruba ClearPass, whereas Sophos Network Access Control is most compared with Aruba ClearPass, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) and ForeScout CounterACT.
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Overview

InfoExpress offers a family of appliances to meet different NAC requirements. All appliances support enforcement that secures access for mobile, desktop, and IOT devices without network changes, while supporting a core set of features.

Sophos NAC Provides comprehensive, easy-to-deploy network access control that protects enterprise networks from the threats posed by non-compliant, compromised, or misconfigured endpoint computers. The software solution is vendor-neutral and works with existing network infrastructure and security applications. Computers are permitted or denied access to the network, based on a centrally defined, policy-driven assessment - and isolated, quarantined for remediation, automatically remediated, or sent alerts. Administrators can define and manage policies uniquely for managed and guest computers, including checking their security status and ensuring that no unwanted applications are run.
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